Produced by Sheriff Mumbles (the man responsible for Garlin's crossover hit "Differentology (Ready For The Road)" - the song conveys Garlin's feelings of heartache each year as Carnival comes to a close. In the latest video, Garlin eloquently expresses this sentiment, backed by a grand piano and surrounded by thousands of screaming fans in the center of Port of Spain, Trinidad & Tobago. Directors Walt Lovelace and Curtis Popplewell capture the intimate moment and take a behind-the-scenes look throughout the entire day.
Watch Bunji Garlin's "Carnival Tabanca" video, produced by Beach House Entertainment: http://youtu.be/q-KDJFH7oG8
Bunji Garlin wanted to create a unique visual and listening experience for the genre. "This video was done to present a different dimension and view on how and what soca music presents and represents as we exist as a people and a culture, and we will be heard," he proclaims.
The "Carnival Tabanca" video and new EP follows Garlin's international mega-hit "Differentology (Ready For The Road)" (available now on Soca Gold 2013) and its popular Major Lazer remix (available now on Strictly The Best 49). After Trinidad & Tobago Carnival, Bunji Garlin heads to the U.S. Southeast for a sweep of shows and promotional activities from March 20-28. In late spring, he is also slated to release his new studio album on VP Records.